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Never Shall the Land Forget by K Henderson

Never Shall the Land Forget, 20 x 30, oil on linen This Plains Indian wears a eagle feathers and his face is painted white and red with a black Coup Mark (hand). http://khendersonart2.blogspot.com

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Cindy Sugg 01 Jan 2013

wonderfully done

Artist Reply: Thanks Cindy. It's always good to hear from you.

Anne Whiteway 09 Oct 2012

Love this. I am interested in Southwestern art, especially featuring Native Americans. This is an outstanding image.l

Artist Reply: Thank you Anne.

cindy kelly 09 Oct 2012

Beautiful work K. Does the coup mark on his face mean he was touched or he counted coup?

Artist Reply: Cindy, it means that he Counted Coup. I wish Art Wanted had an easy way to make links. If you go to my blog, there is a link that tells about counting coup. I'm sure you know about it but others don't

Dawson - Lynn James 09 Oct 2012

Fantastic work!

Artist Reply: Thanks Dawson - Lynn

Ingrid Kolster 09 Oct 2012

Amazing artwork. Your paintings are wonderful!!!

Artist Reply: Thanks Ingrid.